SCV Confederate Cross Of Honor
and
Veterans Administration Headstone 
Information

John K. McNeill Camp #674
P.O. Box 1353
Moultrie, Georgia 31776

Available to honor our Confederate ancestors. 

These are visible reminders to all that.........

"Here lies a Southern Hero"

Click here to download an order form

SCV Confederate Crosses of Honor are of the "cross pattee" design design, 11" x 11" with an 18" steel shaft for mounting. All are powder coated to preserve the beauty of this wonderful monument to our resting heroes and ancestors.

SCV Confederate Crosses of Honor can be obtained by sending a check for $120.00* to the:

John K. McNeill SCV Camp #674
P.O. Box 1353
Moultrie, GA 31776
or email.

*(Price increase reflects our cost increases for producing a quality item to honor your/our ancestors)

When contacting our camp, please allow us to record some grave information for future generations. Please include the following:

Soldier's Name

Rank

Unit

Location of Grave

Other (any other pertinent information on the soldier).

Note: Documented PROOF of the soldier's serving honorably in the CSA must be presented by all purchasers. This can be verified by copies of Military or Pension records. Please contact us if you have any questions on how to document this service.

Please make all checks payable to the John K. McNeill SCV Camp #674.

Headstone Marker for Confederate Veterans

The Veterans Administration will provide a marker for your Confederate Veteran ancestor at no expense but you must apply for the marker. The marker can be a upright granite or marble headstone, a bronze flat marker, a bronze niche, or a flat granite or marble stone, depending on your choice.

The form you need, for ordering, is VA Form 40-1330 and it can be obtained from a local Veterans Administration Office. Many local funeral homes also have this form available. You can also call 1-800-827-1000 to request a form, or write the Office of Memorial Programs (403A), Department of Veterans Affairs, 810 Vermont Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20420-0001. A copy of the form can also be downloaded from http://www.va.gov/vaforms/va/pdf/40-1330.pdf   A website to learn more about the VA policies is: http://www.cem.va.gov/CEM/hm_hm.asp  and "Pre-World War 1"  (i.e. WBTS) link is http://www.cem.va.gov/cem/hm/hmcivil.asp with photographic samples.

The applicant may be anyone having knowledge of the deceased. The applicant must certify that the grave is unmarked or marked inappropriately (such as errors in the marker, damage to the marker, or deterioration of the marker which make it difficulty to identify the subject in the grave) and a Government headstone or marker is preferred to a privately purchased headstone or marker. This restriction also applies for companion markers, which identify two or more decedents buried, or to be buried, in the same or adjoining graves. A grave is considered marked if a monument displays the decedent’s name and date of birth and/or death, even though the veteran’s military data is not shown.

Any deceased veteran discharged under conditions other than dishonorable is eligible and that includes Confederate Veterans of the War Between the States. To expedite processing, attach a copy of the veteran’s proof of service. The stone or marker will be shipped within 70 days, after the VA receives the fully completed application with correct information. The stone or marker will be shipped to the consignee designated on Form 40-1330 at no cost. All costs for pick up and installation must be paid from private funds.

 

2008  John K. McNeill SCV Camp #674, Moultrie, GA